Classic Motorcycle Mechanics

A split market?

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The market for classic Japanese and Italian motorcycles is now dividing in two. The machines that are perfect in every detail are rapidly increasing in value. However, those that are ‘bitsas’ and not investment grade are losing some value and will stagnate by comparison. As values increase, buyers are becoming far more

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